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What is a Boolean

5/25/2019 8:12:45 AM

Daniel Svobodin

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Boolean is a wrapper class of java.lang package....which wraps the value of primitive data type boolean in an object. Boolean contains two value true (1) and false (0) Boolean b = (Boolean) object. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.geeksforgeeks.org/java-lang-boolean-class-java/amp/ check this link to get more information.

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Boolean used to say only true or false (1 or 0)

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Well Boolean means to decide whether something is true or false. There are 2 types of bool expressions : 1 is true 0 is false Well more easily Class bool: part 1 : True part 2 : False Thanks

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In Python there are two Boolean values: true and false created by comparing values using the equal to operator== that display True if the statement is true. Also using the not equal to operator!= Evaluating to true if the items being compared aren't equal, False if they are. Also display True or False when a statement using >, <, =<, or =>

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True/False OR 1/0 (bitwise) 😶

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The concept is the cornerstone of computer technology. It is what the technology DIGITAL, not analog.

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It's a type of variable that can either be True or False.

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Thank you!

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A data type named after George Boole.

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just true or false which is specified by 0(false) or 1(true) with the help of conditional operators.(<,>,=).

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AND / OR / NAND / NOR is also part of Boolean Logic T and T = T is an example. Check out https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_in_computer_science

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I kinda struggle with multiple T/F. For example, False and False. They are false themselves but its true that they both are false. Could somebody give some hint about perspective of programming logic?